Top Non-Fiction Books to Check Out in 2023

Top Non-Fiction Books to Check Out in 2023

If you want a solid dose of relatable reality mixed with humor, joy, and reflective analysis, non-fiction books are perfect for you. Here are a few top non-fiction books of the year so far.

‘This is Supposed to Be Fun’ by Myisha Battle

‘This is Supposed to Be Fun’ by Myisha Battle

In This is Supposed to Be Fun, dating coach Myisha Battle delivers a unique attitude to dating. This one-of-its-kind dating self-help book offers doable and emotionally safe action plans for everything, with interesting client stories and expert tips from Battle.

‘Dyscalculia’ by Camonghne Felix

In this book, writer Camonghne Felix takes on the epic topic of heartbreak. In an age where the heartbroken are usually inspired to move on, rebound, or develop ‘revenge bodies,’ the towering talent of the writer radically embarks the dwelling, weeping, and painful side of the topic, ideally making it worthwhile.

‘More Than a Glitch’ by Meredith Broussard

With a deep knowledge of ethics in AI, Meredith Broussard brings analysis and transparency to a field that’s kept intentionally opaque to maintain its mystique. In More Than a Glitch, Broussard argues against the notion of ‘technochauvinism,’ which considers that AI is purely unbiased and computational solutions are superior to any other solution.

‘Quietly Hostile’ by Samantha Irby

This book is a joyful cure for all your boredom and reading dry spells! Samantha Irby fills her latest book, Quietly Hostile, with a collection of essays that you take on a journey with her. Laughter, tears, and some truly gory particulars make up the pages of this hilarious masterpiece.

‘Raw Dog’ by Jamie Loftus

In Raw Dogs, podcaster and stand-up comedian Jamie Loftus talks about her experiences of taking a hot dog-themed road trip across America. With gross-out humor, personal storytelling, and cultural analysis, she looks at both the joy and horror of the food, and explains its capitalism-backed popularity.

‘Everybody’s Favorite’ by Lillian Stone

‘Everybody’s Favorite’ by Lillian Stone

In Everybody’s Favorite, author Lillian Stone brilliantly captures the innocent insanity of life as a young girl with unparalleled comedic perfection. In her trademark style, Stone laments about the mundane struggles of teenage girls and girls in their early 20s, sandwiched between the substance trends of the ‘90s and the Kardashian-inspired beauty frenzy of the 2000s.

Cynthia Bailey and Porsha Williams Leave RHOA Ahead of Season 14

RHOA cast

The Real Housewives of Atlanta are in their 14th season having years of success in this popular TV franchise. Porsha Williams and Cynthia Bailey recently left the show, but how did the remaining cast of RHOA handle this turn of events? A source that’s close to the production shared the details everyone’s been waiting to hear!

Recent Departures in RHOA

The Real Housewives of Atlanta poster Over the years, The Real Housewives of Atlanta has seen its fair share of changes. The most recent change is that long-standing cast members Cynthia Bailey and Porsha Williams will not be returning to the show in the upcoming 14th season. Sources report that RHOA producers are currently looking for new faces to add to the show and hopefully fill the void left by Bailey and Williams leaving. The producers apparently reached out to someone from WNBA to join the show so a professional basketball player might be in the mix!

The Ladies Will Miss Bailey

Cynthia Bailey Sources report that all the ladies of the cast of RHOA will surely miss Cynthia Bailey. Having been on the show since season 3, she definitely left a mark and earned the respect of all her co-stars. Although she has officially left the show, Cynthia hasn’t closed the door on possible guest appearances in the future. Bailey explained that leaving the show wasn’t an abrupt decision and that she felt it was simply time to move on.

Williams’ Departure Won’t Bother Moore

Porsha Williams Although the majority of the ladies will miss Williams as well, that might not be the case with her longtime nemesis, Kenya Moore. Although as a professional, Moore can work with Williams, their rivalry was never a secret. Porsha joined the cast in season 5 and has provided longtime viewers with plenty of drama to witness. Unlike Bailey, Williams has closed the door on the show and will likely not be returning.